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Surface uplift and time-dependent seismic hazard due to fluid injection in eastern Texas
Observations that unequivocally link seismicity and wastewater injection are scarce. Here we show that wastewater injection in eastern Texas causes uplift, detectable in radar interferometric data upExpand
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Predictability of hydraulic head changes and characterization of aquifer-system and fault properties from InSAR-derived ground deformation
We evaluate the benefits of space-derived ground deformation measurements for basin-wide characterization of aquifer-system properties and groundwater levels. We use Interferometric SyntheticExpand
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Active shortening within the Himalayan orogenic wedge implied by the 2015 Gorkha earthquake
The Himalaya grow as the Indian Plate is thrust beneath Tibet. Analysis of surface deformation caused by the 2015 Gorkha earthquake suggests slip on smaller-scale faults at the foot of the highExpand
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Estimating the Effect of Satellite Orbital Error Using Wavelet-Based Robust Regression Applied to InSAR Deformation Data
  • M. Shirzaei, T. Walter
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote…
  • 31 May 2011
Interferometric synthetic aperture radar data are often obtained on the basis of repeated satellite acquisitions. Errors in the satellite orbit determination, however, propagate to the data analysisExpand
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Stress transfer in the Lazufre volcanic area, central Andes
eruptive centers situated in an area larger than 1800 km 2 and (2) a small-scale uplift located at Lastarria volcano, which is the only volcano to show strong fumarolic activity in decades, with mostExpand
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Inflation and deflation at the steep‐sided Llaima stratovolcano (Chile) detected by using InSAR
[1] Llaima volcano, Chile, is a typical basaltic-to-andesitic stratovolcano in the southcentral Andes. Llaima had at least four explosive eruptions in the decade 2000 – 2010, however little is knownExpand
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Deep and shallow sources for the Lusi mud eruption revealed by surface deformation
The Lusi mud eruption, in East Java, Indonesia, began in May 2006 and continues to the present. Previous analyses of surface deformation data suggested an exponential decay of the pressure in the mudExpand
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Topography correlated atmospheric delay correction in radar interferometry using wavelet transforms
[1] Atmospheric delay is one of the major sources of error in repeat pass interferometry. We propose a new approach for correcting the topography-correlated components of this artifact. To this aimExpand
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Spatiotemporal characterization of land subsidence and uplift in Phoenix using InSAR time series and wavelet transforms
The effects of land subsidence pose a significant hazard to the environment and infrastructure in the arid, alluvial basins of Phoenix, Arizona. Improving our understanding of the source andExpand
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Time‐dependent model of creep on the Hayward fault from joint inversion of 18 years of InSAR and surface creep data
[1] Spatial and temporal variations of aseismic fault creep influence the size and timing of large earthquakes along partially coupled faults. To solve for a time-dependent model of creep on theExpand
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